Data Theft: How the Bad Guys Access Your Data
Anyone who uses the Internet or watches TV knows how scary identity theft and data theft can be. So why are we not taking more precautions to keep ourselves safe?
Data and Identity theft is a big business. In 2014, Identity theft affected 17.6M and cost $15.4B. Christopher Frank
Anyone who uses the Internet or watches TV knows how scary identity theft and data theft can be. So why are we not taking more precautions to keep ourselves safe? It could be that we have never been affected be either of them, giving us a false sense of security. Or it could be that we have no idea how the bad guys go about accessing our information.
Whatever the case may be, it’s time for businesses and individuals to get educated and work on protecting themselves from cyber criminals.
If you want to know more about data theft then keep reading. Christopher Frank discusses this further in his blog post found on Forbes.
Who Should Read This Article
Anyone interested in data theft and how to keep online information safe should check out this article.
What You Will Learn
You will learn all the ways the bad guys gain access to your important data. These ways include:
- Your password is weak.
- You fall for their phishing scams.
- You give them access to your computer.
- Your phone turns on you.
When it comes to your data you can never be too careful. Often times cyber criminals don't even have to steal your data bc you are giving it to them!